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By Harsh Mander This is what India has become: One more pitiless lynching. This time of two older men, a petty goat trader and a marginal farmer in a village in Hapur, Uttar Pradesh, a two-hour drive from the national capital. The same frenzied gratuitous cruelty of the mob, the passivity of the bystander, the triumphant […]

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Veteran Journalist Rajdeep Sardesai calls for retrieving moral authority to reestablish the credibility of the media. Values should be the axis for struggle, not an individual. Building an Inclusive India is a very Relevant Issue. Non-partisanship has become a burden for us, journalists. I often get invited for discussions like this where we cannot remain […]

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SIGAR Report does not present a rosy picture. Talibans still control 33 districts, while the Government’s authority is contested in another 116 districts. Over five thousand persons were killed in violence in Afghanistan during the first eight months of the current year. The US Department of Defence (DoD) Report says another nine thousand persons were […]

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